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thatboyyoudontknow:

The fictional bridges depicted on Euro banknotes have been been transformed into reality at a new housing development near Rotterdam

Dutch designer Robin Stam was inspired by the seven images of archetypal bridges originally created by Austrian designer Robert Kalina to represent key phases in Europe’s cultural history.

(Source: dezeen.com)

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German currency: keep the change →

ravenguidesgermany:

Germany uses the euro and is the leading economy of the 18-nation Eurozone. The euro is made up of 100 euro cents – officially the terms ‘euro’ and ‘cent’ are also used in the plural in languages other than English.

The German coins are €2 (with a variety of commemorative obverse sides,…

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theminimalister:

Tribute to the Bicentennial Man

theminimalister:

Tribute to the Bicentennial Man

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quick-tech-news:

Future tech is here!
This trash can will keep your house clean :P. more tech and gadgets gif «

quick-tech-news:

Future tech is here!

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futurescope:

Robot restaurant where machines cook and serve food to customers

A restaurant in Kunshan, China, employed a team of 15 androids to cook and deliver food. The cute side of the Robocalypse. 

The restaurant has a total of 15 robots in heights of 1.2 meters. Each robot costs 40,000 yuan (6500 US dollars).

As doormen, cooks and waiters, the robots can work continuously for eleven hours after a night charge, and are able to use 40 basic language expressions, such as welcoming sentences to customers.

Singular instance? Nope. There is another restaurant in Harbin, China with 18 robot workers and a fully automated japanese sushi restaurant.

[read more] [photo credit AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE]

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allanvdh:

9 different #money or #currencies in my #wallet. #traveltoomuch

allanvdh:

9 different #money or #currencies in my #wallet. #traveltoomuch

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abreathofforeignair:

This collection makes me feel extremely grateful for all of the world I’ve been lucky enough to visit so far, even if I am flat broke and living at home right now. So many memories. // #travel #recoveringexpat #worldtravel #currency #grateful #happylife #expat #international #usa #money #coins #bills #collection #cashmoney #thesmallthings #world #bigworld #seetheworld #itchyfeet

abreathofforeignair:

This collection makes me feel extremely grateful for all of the world I’ve been lucky enough to visit so far, even if I am flat broke and living at home right now. So many memories. // #travel #recoveringexpat #worldtravel #currency #grateful #happylife #expat #international #usa #money #coins #bills #collection #cashmoney #thesmallthings #world #bigworld #seetheworld #itchyfeet

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herrwiegenstein:

Children playing with stacks of worthless money during the Weimar-era period hyperinflation.  In 1923, 1 pound of bread cost 3,000,000 marks.

Banknotes were so useless that they were also applied as wallpaper.

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aranyadev:

Abolish the brutal pig festival at Nem Thuong village, Vietnam—-This is one Vietnamese festival that makes even non animal lovers cringe. 
Every year, at a village near Hanoi, a pig is brutally chopped into two so that people can smear banknotes with its blood in the belief that it would bring luck.http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/8OSb/539d0e23

aranyadev:

Abolish the brutal pig festival at Nem Thuong village, Vietnam
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This is one Vietnamese festival that makes even non animal lovers cringe. Every year, at a village near Hanoi, a pig is brutally chopped into two so that people can smear banknotes with its blood in the belief that it would bring luck.

http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/8OSb/539d0e23

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heavyarethecrowns:

Personal Collection of Queen Elizabeth II

The Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara

The Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara was a gift from the girls of Great Britain and Ireland to Queen Mary in 1893. Mary gave the tiara to her granddaughter, the future Elizabeth II, as a wedding present

Elizabeth II has usually worn the tiara without the base or pearls, but in recent years the base has been seen to have been reattached

Over the years this tiara has become one of the most familiar of Queen Elizabeth II’s tiaras through its appearance on British banknotes and coinage and is seen as a favourite by HM and also the public. 

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